Dina Gavrilos explores what it means to “belong” in this socially invented community called a nation.
Adjuncts vote “no” in this week’s headlines.
Our experts weigh in on Hobby Lobby, Ventura and Father Larry Snyder in this week’s headlines.
Our experts weigh in on sleep deprivation, stadiums and drug clemency in this week’s headlines.
Our experts weigh in on sainthood, Donald Sterling and a botched execution in this week’s headlines.
Block is the last of four speakers in this season’s Minnesota Public Radio News Broadcast Journalist Series.
A student commentary on climate change, why fish isn't considered meat, and an appeal to lower prison phone rates are featured in this week's headlines.
Dr. Jack Shaheen, a Noted Author, Media Critic and Expert on Arab Stereotyping, to Speak Here April 22
Shaheen, recent winner of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, will discuss his book Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People.
Garfield is the third of four speakers in this season’s Minnesota Public Radio News Broadcast Journalist Series.
Cold weather affecting the economy, the pope’s first year, and no mirrors for Lent in this week’s headlines.
A ‘Good Question,’ MPR’s ALS series, opinions and expertise are highlighted in this week’s headlines.
Tommie entrepreneurs are making their mark, and the Seahawks take a Tommie to the Super Bowl.
Shapiro is the second of four speakers in this season’s Minnesota Public Radio News Broadcast Journalist Series.
One of the speakers is well-known to the St. Thomas community. Dr. Bruce Kramer has ALS and is former dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling.
The World Press Institute forum is co-sponsored by St. Thomas’ College of Arts and Sciences and the Star Tribune newspaper.
Noted Sports Writer John Rosengren to Discuss His New Book on Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Greenberg Oct. 8
Rabbi David Wirtschafter will interview Rosengren during this Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning program.
McEvers is the first of four speakers in this season’s Minnesota Public Radio News’ Broadcast Journalist Series.
That’s what Carol Bruess was told during a summer workshop, and she found it difficult to do that – and nothing else – for a full minute. In fact, she just about lost it at 43.5 seconds. But she held on, and today in The Scroll she advises how meditation and mindfulness make us better at almost everything we do. So slow down – and just breathe!
The program was recorded at St. Thomas last week.
At noon listen to a rebroadcast of NPR’s Alix Spiegel, and at 7 p.m. attend a live lecture by Slate editor David Plotz.
Plotz has been a writer for online Slate magazine since its founding in 1996 and its editor since 2008. His talk is free, but reservations are required.
TommieMedia Veterans Find Success in Journalism
Miles Trump ’11 had been on the job at the Waseca County News only a few weeks when a phone call came that no reporter wants to get.
Spiegel has been at National Public Radio since 2003 and has won some of the nation’s top awards for journalism. Her talk is free, but reservations are required.
Jeremy Olson '95, along with fellow Star Tribune reporters Brad Schrade and Glenn Howatt, won journalism's top prize for their work on a series about an increase in infant deaths at in-home daycare centers.